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Lesson 7: Prepositions Lesson 8: Conjunctions Lesson 9: Interjections


Conjunctions come in handy when you want to connect clauses (or even just an element of a clause) with other(s). Words like ang, but, for, nor, etc, are conjunctions.

I have listen the ones bellow in a Modern English to Old English list for ease of searching. Bellow that is a Old English to Modern English List

Modern English - Old EnglishEdit

  • Although - þēah
  • Also - ēac
  • And - and, ġe, ēac
  • As... as... - swā... swā
  • Because - for þǣm
  • Both... and... (and...) - ǣġhwæþer (ġe)... ġe... ġe..., ǣġþer/ǣġhwæþer...and... (and...), ġe...ġe... (ġe...)
  • But - ac
  • Either... or... (or...) - (ǣġþer) oþþe... oþþe... (oþþe...)
  • For (see "because")
  • However - hwæþere, swāþēah, þēah, þēahhwæþere, hūru
  • Neither... nor... (nor...) - (nāþor/nāhwæþer) (ne)... ne... (ne...)
  • Never - nǣfre
  • Not - næs/nealles/nalles, ne, nā, nō
  • Not at all - nealles/nalles
  • Or - oþþe
  • So... as... (see "As... as...")
  • Though - þēah
  • Yet - hwæþere/þēah

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